This week we conducted an experiment to see if beans really do make you gassy! We put bagels and water in two different bowls, then added beans to one bowl. We covered the bowls in cling film and placed them by the window to keep them warm. We will observe what happen in the next … Continue reading
We were very lucky to have a firefighter come into school today to teach the children how to stay safe in the event of a fire. Some children were lucky enough to try on the uniform!
Beech Class conducted a rather messy experiment to see how food travels through our digestive system. I was really impressed with the facts they have learnt about each part of the digestive system. Well done Beech Class, you’re fab!
We have had a great first week back, learning all about the human body. We have looked at the digestive system of animals and next week will be carrying out a messy experiment to learn about the human digestive system.
On Wednesday, we took some children from Y3&Y4 to the Oasis Academy to compete in the annual cross country competition. All children represented the school magnificently with Carys and Seanna coming 1st and 2nd!
On Thursday year 3 enjoyed a trip to the “Living land” show at the county showground, Detling. We took part in a range of activities including the opportunity to make bread and butter, taste sausages, honey and apples and “milk a cow” in the “Taste and touch” session. We also watched a sheep and a … Continue reading
As one of our 11B411 promises, Year 3 enjoyed a trip to the West End today. The children all had a fantastic day watching a performance of ‘Wicked’. Well done to all the children for their sensible behaviour.
I cannot express how grateful and overwhelmed I was this afternoon when I arrived in school to my surprise baby shower! A huge thank you from myself and the baby for treating us to a wonderful afternoon full of games and laughter. Thank you to everyone who helped contribute towards the gifts, food, games and … Continue reading
Year 3 had a wonderful morning creating their very own stories through cave paintings. The children worked in groups to tell a story of their choice, although our theme was based on the Stone Age, Year 3 put a modern twist on the traditional paints by using colourful chalk and pastels.